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it our program tonight, our incredible evening with playwright and author phillip congatongas. this program is in connection with an exhibit, two exhibits, that we have up on the 6th floor. the first one is called if they came for me today, the japanese american internment project, and also we have another exhibition called relocation and resiliency, the japanese american internment in california. and both of those are up on the 6th floor and this is the last week, so if you haven't a chance to see these exhibits yet, we really encourage you to go on up and see them because they will be closing on sunday. we really want to thank community works for bringing the exhibit if they came for me today to the san francisco public library. and here to tell you a little bit more about community works is ruth morgan, so help me welcome ruth morgan. thank you. . >> thank you. i do hope that if you haven't seen the exhibit, you will go up to the skylight gallery and see it. the project actually involved over 225 young people who studied the japanese internment through the personal stories
interest to restore the previous run. [tone] chairman nolan: thank you. >> shawn, then daniel phillips. chairman nolan: good afternoon. >> good afternoon, residential builders association. a permit in san francisco for new construction is down the 0% from 2008 to 2009 -- 90% from 2008 to 2009. unemployment in trade is hovering around 30%. certainly 2010 is not any better than 2009. both the mayor's office, the board of supervisors have passed and are continuing to discuss various ways of stimulating our industry. clearly these are very difficult times for the industry. but at this particular time, the m.t.a. is discussing a lost meter revenue fee which is really not a lost revenue fee. it's a new fee. and perhaps to some projects downtown, they can absorb this fee. i was reading in the business times, the millennium towers cost $600 million to build. what about the project that are only costing $60 million? $6 million? $600,000? or $60,000? these fees cannot be absorbed by the smaller contractors throughout the neighborhood. now, we only learned about this in the last seven to 10 days.
their country. >> that was tim phillips, president of the group americans for prosperity, speaking on this show last year. proudly acknowledging that david koch, half of the billionaire koch brothers team of david and charles koch, helped pay for americans for prosperity. americans for prosperity, who organized the fake grass rootsy stuff like the big bloody hand print buses tea partiers used to go around the country to protest health reform last year. but apparently the koch brothers prefer not being known for their role in financing that movement. in the daily beast today, david koch responded to a recent profile on him and his brother in the "new yorker." he said, quote, no one from the tea party movement has ever approached him for money. and when i asked him straight up if he is funding the tea party, all he says is, "oh, please." oh, please. congratulations, david koch, you have bought yourself an excellent argument. here's the thing. press coverage of your political activities must be annoying if you prefer to be a behind the scenes kind of political guy. but if the reporting is true, th
up the slack. >> the dallas cowboys are 0-2 and everybody is chirping about wade phillips. jerry jones stepped up and said that he has not lost any confidence in his head coach and that wade phillips is secure. this player is 6 ft. 11 and after the all-star break, he scored 22 points and had a great summer and it's a new deal. how about this? the denver nuggets are talking about a trade that could send anthony to the new jersey nets. the nuggets would get derek from the nets and a couple of first- round picks. in golf, they are playing the championship down in atlanta. how about this chip? he puts this in for a birdie. he tops the leader board with live donald -- luke donald. they are tied at 8 under par. the washington capitals are not happy with their coaches tonight. the coaches put the players through conditioning drills on ice. they know what they have to do. that was pretty interesting for that they were not happy out there. >> they are pushing back against the gop challenger and now david tells us the strategy. >> the wave of internal polling data shows that a republican t
with a billion dollar price tag. >> a fire breaks out at the phillips collection. what sparked the blaze and what was damaged? >> a chevy chase bank is becoming capital one bank. with the most locations in the dc area, we figured they could use our help. ♪ down a bit. too much. [ crowd cheering ] [ grunts ] [ garth ] capital one bank. now with the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? >>> a maryland senate -- senator is stepping down from the taxation committee. he was indicted yesterday on charges that he took to under $45,000 in bribes from a grocery chain -- $245,000 in bribes from a grocery chain. his attorney denies any wrongdoing by his client. >>> d.c. fire investigators say a crew of rooftop welders probably spark a fire that broke out at the phillips collection this morning. the fire triggered a sprinkler system that sent smoke and water. the scramble to move pieces of bark to another building. the gallery said that no major works were damaged. structural damage is estimated at about to enter $50,000. >>> mattress was able -- $250,000. >>> the transit agency is
with wa keen phillips and the infamous exchange. i sort of feel like i can sleep better at night knowing this. >> i don't know. >> they replayed in this week -- or last week, was it. >> do you think letterman knew? >> he had that s&l of almost starting to laugh. >> it was so uncomfortable, though, i don't think it could be manufactured. >> hey, i just report the news. >>> and this comes from wat waterloo, iowa. phillip hendricks says he stumbled into this monkey business three years ago when he saw a pet monkey riding a dog holding on to the ears. now the lawyer turned ring master has a show on the road showcasing what he calls the banana better dee, the greatest job in the world. >>> i'm lynn berry. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> good tuesday morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thank you for joining us for 11 news today. >> to tone tony pann is joining us with the weather. >> it's in the 40's. that's pretty chilly for this time of year. we're not breaking any re
unconstitutional. the united states district judge virginia phillips says she will grant a request for an en junction halting the government's don't ask, don't tell policy for gays in the military. she believes the policy does not help military readiness, and instead, has a deleterious effect on the armed services. government lawyers argue phillips lacks the authority to issue an en junction and believe the issue should be dealt with by congress. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you agree that the military's don't ask, don't tell policy is unconstitutional? email your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. again, that's watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> in this morning's education alert, five maryland public schools can now add a national blue ribbon to their list of accomplishments. >> word came down from washington yesterday. 11 news education reporter tim toothen explains just how big this honor really is. >> the announcement was made by the u.s. education secretary. 304 schools awarded national blue ribbons. among them, baltimore county's east technical high school. easto
probiotics in phillips' colon health defended against the bad gas, diarrhea and constipation. ...and? it helped balance her colon. oh, now that's the best part. i love your work. [ female announcer ] phillips' colon health. sseakout session is got the gecko t-shirt... "4 million drivers switched!" gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i mean, it's not about me. should be about how geico's the third-largest car insurance company in the nation. things like that. boss: oh, of course! we're not gonna get carried away. gecko: uh...yeah... all right as long as we don't overdo it. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> taking a watch of the rose garden at the white house. new economic numbers out this morning, president with his economic team just getting out of a meeting. let's listen to the president. >> good morning, everybody. as we head into labor day weekend, i know many people across this country are concerned about what the future holds for th
charles embree and deputy thomas like were able to subdue phillips. both survived and phillips faces up to 30 more years in prison. >>> and court hearings for the suspected serial stabber are delayed in michigan. a defense lawyer has waved his right to have a speedy hearing and is faying a murder charge. five men were killed and 9 more seriously injured in the series of stabbings and is expected in acts in virginia and ohio. >>> flames destroyed three hopes and damaged four more. a day later, investigators don't know what sparked the fire in monasses. thify marshal believes that the flames began on the back deck of the home in tillett loop and spread quickly and is not sure why. >> reporter: investigators say that it could take some tom before they have a grass opthis blaze. the fire marshal is reviewing audio and video from witnesses at the scene and investigators have a scientific methodology that they are following. firefighters say when they first arrived on the scene, one of the homes was engulfed in flames and the fire was quickly spreading to the properties on either side and the
county this morning. phillip jones from our sister station wfmy is live and he has more on the rush to get out of earl's way. phillip? >> reporter: good afternoon, jc. normally two days before labor day this beach in nags head would be packed with folks looking to get one last bash of summerment. but tens of thousand have been forced to flee from the outer banks. we are seeing earl's affects. the surf getting to much closer to our location than it has been since we have been here on tuesday. the rain, we are getting bits of mist and possibly rain and you know what it is just a situation that everyone around here is taking seriously. we have seen businesses boarding up, traffic jams as people over the bridge on highway 12. on a normal occasion this would be a very, very very busy place. right now you are only going to see the few brave tourists that are left and emergency workers making sure no one gets in the water. because on a day like today, red flags are up and it's illegal to get in the water. >> all right. we are noticing, looks like a mother and some children and they are enj
expensing in the past. but former bush administration economist phillip swagel says they are unlikely to rally around president obama now. >> it's just out of synch with the rest of his agenda, and what the economy really needs is more clarity on the rest of his agenda. so businesses don't know what their taxes, their health costs, their energy costs, regulation. >> reporter: add to that another issue-- congress will have just a few weeks to consider the president's latest proposal before heading out to campaign, making the fate of his expensing proposal uncertain at best. darren gersh, "nightly business report," washington. >> susie: here are the stories in tonight's n.b.r. newswheel: stocks fell on new concerns about the health of european banks. tom will have details in tonight's "market focus." the dow lost 107 points, the nasdaq was down almost 25, the s&p off 12. volume was light-- just under 830 million shares traded on the new york stock exchange; 1.7 billion shares moved on the nasdaq. hewlett packard is suing former c.e.o. mark hurd to stop him from joining rival oracle. hur
nbc station. ♪ your favorites, in pieces. until the combination of three good probiotics in phillips' colon health defended against the bad gas, diarrhea and constipation. ...and? it helped balance her colon. oh, now that's the best part. i love your work. [ female announcer ] phillips' colon health. >> good morning. i'm john collins here on a friday morning, bringing you some cool news. it's cool out there again this morning. temperature at the airport officially 60 degrees. humidity down to -- well, all right. correct that. just changed to 58 at the airport. the low so far this morning, 67% the humidity. 29.90, the barometric pressure. and we have a light west wind at 5 miles an hour. i mentioned the 58. it's not registered yet on this map. that's the low so far this morning. you can see all the cool temperatures ranging from new england right into the midatlantic region, then back up toward the great lakes. parts of the great lakes are in the 40's. those pleasant, cooler than usual temperatures will be around the area again today. but what the discussion is about is the lack of ra
phillips says she will issue an injunction stopping the don't ask, don't tell policy. government lawyers say judge phillips lacks the authority to issue a nationwide injunction. >>> meanwhile a federal appeals court has temporarily overturned a ban on government funding of embryonic stem cell research. the funding was barred in august. scientists who have already received monday to do research can continue. it's unclear if any new research money will be granted while this decision is appealed. >>> president obama has chosen a new chairman for counsel of economic advisers. aust aust austin austan goolsbee. the president will officially announce goolsbee's appointment and discuss his latest economic proposals during a news conference this morning. and cbs news will carry the president's news conference beginning at 11:00 a.m. eastern time right here on cbs. >>> iran says it's going to free an american hiker it's held for more than a year. sarah shourd was one of three hikers captured in 200. an iranian diplomat says she'll be free tomorrow. iran said nothing concerning the fate of the othe
letterman says the host was in on the joke with wa keen phillips and the infamous exchange. i sort of feel like i can sleep better at night knowing this. >> i d't kn. >> they replayed in this week -- or last week, was it. >> do you think letterman knew? >> he had that s&l of almost starting to laugh. >> it was so uncomfortable, though, i don't think it could be manufactured. >> hey, i just report the news. >>> and this comes from wat waterloo, iowa. phillip hendricks says he stumed into this monkey business three years ago when he saw a pet monkey riding a dog holdin on to the ears. now the lawyer turned ring master has a show on the road showcasing what he calls the banana better dee, the greatest job in the world. >>> i'm lynn berry. this is "early today," just your first stop of the y today on your nbc station. [ male announcer ] it's sunday afternoon. time for football on veriz fios. the nfl in 100% fiber-optic hd quality. that's a good start. but what's this? i can check my fanta stats without changing the channel. and get an alert any time my team enters the red zone. and then watch
the combination of three good probiotics in phillips' colon health defended against the bad gas, diarrhea and constipation. ...and? it helped balance her colon. oh, now that's the best part. i love your work. [ female announcer ] phillips' colon health. >>> the state of virginia is about to execute a woman for the first time since 1912. virginia's governor and the u.s. supreme court have refused to step in on behalf of tereasa lewis. she's scheduled to die by lethal injection for hiring hit men to kill her husband and stepson in 2002. the case has sparked international outrage. the president of iran has weighed in following the international outrage about the planning stoning. a woman is being executed in the united states for murder but no one protests against it. joe tacopina is a former u.s. prosecutor. this case is pretty sad, because this is a woman who they say her iq borders on mental retardation. >> first of all, i'm an opponent of the death penalty. there are other cases that are harder to argue against than others. in this case, this is the wrong case to execute, put someone to
. yesterday the justice department filed an objection to judge virginia phillips' ruling earlier that said don't ask, don't tell is unconstitutional. lawyers argue that the judge would be overstepping her bounds by hauling a policy that is under debate in congress. now it's up to judge phillips to decide if she will issue an injunction to force an end to the policy or not. the white house later released a statement saying the filing is in no way diminishes the repeal of don't ask, don't tell. >>> well, for the first time in nearly a century the state of virginia has carried out an execution on a woman. last night 41-year-old theresa lewis was put to death for arranging the slayings of her husband and stepson in order to collect a $250,000 insurance policy. a lot of controversy around that one because some suggest she had mental handicaps that should have prevented her from being executed. >>> finally they do not call new jersey governor chris christie the wrecking ball for nothing. on wednesday he was in california for a campaign event for republican gubernatorial candidate meg whitman. 3,000
two companions, their fate is still unknown. mark phillips reports. >> reporter: iran's state-controlled tv outlets had as much trouble keeping track of her status as the world. >> iran says female detained american citizen sarah shourd will be released on bail. >> reporter: half a million dollars to release sarah shourd seen here when the american detainees were visited by their mothers in tehran this past may. the three have been held in an i rain yan prison more than a year but sarah shourd's bail announcement is only the latest in a series of stops and starts in which the 32-year-old american was first due to be released and then had those hopes dashed. a power struggle between iran's political factions is being played out at her expense. she and the other two americans were, according to them, hiking along the iraq-iran border when arrested by iranians and accused of spying. the other two are shane bauer and josh fattal. shourd is said to require medical attention for a suspected precancerous condition. iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad had promised shourd's release p
-air mass, before the pope flew to london. and as mark phillips reports, he spoke about one of the most serious issues facing the catholic church. >> reporter: perhaps aware that he was flying into a storm raging around the catholic church's child abuse scandal, pope benedict decided to clear the air while still in the air, addressing the issue on a flight from rome. "it is a great sadness," he said, "that the authorities of the church were not sufficiently vigilant and decisive in taking the necessary measures." newscast nasty issues of child abuse were not on the agenda during the pope's first official functions, including his meeting with thmeetingwith the queen, ae invitation the state visit is taking place. nor were they broached among the crowd of faithful, smaller crowd than were first predicted for this visit as the abuse scandal and other issues have apparently diminished the church's popularity. and for the groups of protesters who have vowed to dog this visit,... >> i had been being raped for about a year by the time this picture was taken. >> reporter: pope benedict's words
. mark phillips now with the latest in this tense situation. >> reporter: iran's state-controlled tv outlets have had as much trouble keeping track of sarah short's status as the rest of the world. >> iran says female detained american citizen sarah short will be released on bail. >> reporter: $500,000 for her release, seen here when the detainees were visited by their mothers in tehran last may. the three have been held in an iranian prison for more than a year, but sarah's bail announcement is only the latest in a series of stops and starts in which the 32-year-old american was first due to be released and then had those hopes dashed. a power struggle between iran's political factions is being played out at her expense. short and the other two americans were, according to them, hiking along the iraq-iran border when they were arrested by the iranians and accused of spying. the other two are shane bower and josh fatale. short is said to require medical attention for a suspected precancerous condition. iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad has promised her release, possibly as a publ
is expected to push ahead with his economic recovery plans. >>> u.s. assistance secretary of state phillip crowly did not make an official comment on kan's re-election but says the two countries will continue to cooperate on relocating the u.s. marine corps futenma air station in okinawa. >> we have a realignment plan. it is a government-to-government agreement, and we will continue to move forward with japan according to this plan. >> the chinese foreign ministry also did not comment on tuesday's election, saying it was japan's domestic affair. some chinese officials say they're puzzled to have seen two prime ministers in the past year under the democratic government. they say they're watching closely to see if the election will stabilize japan's administration. the south korean government has not released an official statement, but it's expected to take the news favorably because last month kan expressed remorse and apologized for the past colonization of korea on the 100th anniversary of japan's annexation. >>> about 2,000 tourists were evacuated from the eiffel tower in paris on tuesd
was in on the joke with joaquin phillips and the infamous exchange. did you see that? >> i'm not buying it. >> seems convenient. >> i want a letter from letterman saying he was in on it. >> well, this comes to us from kwwl news channel 7 in waterloo, iowa. one man turned a gimmick into big business. phillip hendricks says he stumbled into this monkey business three years ago when he saw a pet monkey riding a dog holding its ears. now the lawyer turned ring master has a show on the road showcasing what he calls the the banana derby. the greatest job in the world. never lose a video like that. >>> i'm lynn berry. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> classical music got a makeover at one party in romania to mark the would-be 200th birthday of chopin. artists around the nation gave the music a twist. that brought out a celebration of young and old, which organizers hopes attracts an entirely new audience to the genre. >>> it's a far cry from being king of the jungle, but these lions are still commanding attention. in south korea, three lion cubs in a baby
. >>> there are reports tonight that phillip and nancy garrido might be tried for the alleged kidnapping and false imprisonment of jaycee dugard more quickly than expected. the attorney for nancy garrido was told indicting them could happen and bypass a preliminary hearing, making it unnecessary for jaycee dugard and the two children he fathered with -- phillip garrid to. fathered with her to testify. >>> last night there was a shooting at macarthur and park boulevard. school officials called together classmates of 17-year- old raymond justice to give student as chance to talk about what happened. police say no arrests have been made. they don't know what led to that shooting. >>> a veteran san jose police officer is under investigation tonight for pretending to arrest the 15-year-old boyfriend of his 14-year-old stepdaughter. the incident reportedly occurred on august 30th. that's when the off-duty officer allegedly showed up at the boy's home in full uniform, handcuffed the teen and cited him for unlawful sexual intercourse. we're not releasing the names of the family to protect the two teens in
exact the ag's office and still waiting to hear back. jade hernandez ktvu channel 2 news. >> phillip garrido is expected to return to court within the hour where his attorney may challenge his mental competency. phillip garrido and his wife nancy are accused of kidnapping jaycee due guard in 1991. nancy garrido's attorney said yesterday a grand jury may by pass the hearing and head directly to trial but legal observers say a mental competency challenge could delay the proceedings for months. >>> in the south bay authorities are warning female students to be cautious following two sexual assaults in the last two weeks. they took place at san jose city college in campus parking areas. the latest incident happened around 4:00 tuesday afternoon at the lay avenue parking garage. police say a man grabbed a female student in a stairwell but she managed to fight him off. then last week on tuesday around 5:30 in the morning police say a man pushed a student back into her car and raped her in a parking lot near the science building. the attacks are making some students neous. >> it is kind of
of immigrant both from inside europe and outside. mark phillips has more. >> reporter: it's a political ad in this month's election in sweden. you don't have to speak the language to understand the message. an elderly white swedish woman is being threatened by burka-clad muslim women. the ad of considered so offensive it was banned. but the right-wing swedish democratic party made such significant gains in the elections on an anti-immigration platform that others came out to protest. >> there are a lot of people here in sweden that does not agree with the things that has happened. >> reporter: a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment is sweeping across europe. the forced expulsion from france of 8,000 romanian gypsies so far this year is just most visible example. >> this is a situation i had thought europe would not have to witness again. after the second world war. >> reporter: and in germany, chancellorangula merkel, sensing the public mood, today hardened her stand against immigrant who fail to adopt german values -- code for muslims. " they have to obey our laws," she said" including the la
happens next may determine the future of the delicate israeli-palestinian peace talks. mark phillips has late developments. >> reporter: israeli settlers on the west bank weren't waiting for official word before starting to build again, at least symbolically. after a ten-month freeze on new construction in most of the palestinian territories, the foundations of a new building were being poured even as israeli, palestinian and u.s. negotiators were frantically trying to work out some sort of a compromise that would enable peace talks to continue. >> we will start building. we hope that tomorrow morning will see more and more and more new building. >> reporter: israel's prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, needs to placate the settler movement on which his government depends to remain in power. palestinian president mahmoud abbas put it starkly. "the israelis have a choice, he said. they can have peace or they can have settlements." >> we're at a critical juncture in the region. it's important for israel. it's important for the palestinians. we think it's essential that they keep on moving
to phillip jones. can you hear us, phillip. >> yes, ma'am. >> what is it like right there now. >> if i'm honest it's gorgeous here in nags head. no doubt that will change. but all we're hearing from earl are some very heavy surfs and rough waves but so far all is fantastic. at least weather-wise. temperatures will be beautiful. south of where we are in oracoke island at this very hour mandatory evacuations are underway for tourists. they've got about 5,000 tourists this island which is only accessible by ferry and at 5:00 this morning they began ushering them off the island. the 800 residents of those been given the option to stay. many of them will stick is out. farther up north in nags head along the outer banks emergency officials getting together again today to discuss their plans. they've put everybody here on the beach on alert on standby. the tourists we've talked with don't seem too concerned. most say they're going to stick it out here and not let earl ruin their fun as long as they can. this is a very busy weekend for tourism in california. most of the hotels, restaurants an
. >> a devastating fire broke out in one of washington's most cherished museums. >> we are at the phillips collection at the scene of a very active cleanup seen going on after this morning's fire. museum officials are not saying much, but they have stated that none of their major works suffered severe damage they characterized this as a very close call. >> she grabs her camera when she saw flames burst from the roof. i saw the flames. i started crying. >> the fire started in the roof and was contained there. the phillips collection includes works from some of the great masters. >> they have famous paintings here where people come from all over the eight world to see. >> of firefighters quickly that the fire under control, but not before it triggered a sprinkle grated sprinkler -- a sprinkler system. distraught museum workers gathered inside the north wing. some workers were too upset to speak about the potential loss. >> i cannot comment. >> investigators spent most of the day trying to find the source of the fire. museum officials released a statement saying they are evaluating the situation, but th
there while the african american character went on and on. finally he said, phillip, i would not stand there and take that crap. the moment he opened his mouth, i would say stop. okay. so it wasn't contentious but what it was that area of discomfort. racial politics are very tricky this day and age and if you want to really address certain things, you have to go to that area of discomfort and you have to go to the area beyond discomfort of being slightly offensive of each other. as long as you are in a context of trust and say this is an art piece we are working on, we are working for the truth of the characters, at sundance i worked with two, in terms of the african american actors, two generous actors who were willing to, with myself, kind of spar a bit to make sure that what we ended up with was a truthful character and a truthful relationship between the african americans and the asian american characters and that it was one in which both were speaking truth to truth. you know, one character wasn't just a sounding board for the other, that in fact truth talking to truth, right vers
was snatched. she went on to have two children of her own by her can'ttor, phillip ga receipt do. he and his wife face 29 charges. now a judge has halted the case, worried he is mentally ill. the judge said unresponsive behavior in court hearings made him doubt that he could take part in his own defense. in the year since they were arrested, prosecutors have been building their case and the couple has had psychiatric evaluation. further tests may now be ordered on phillip. his wife's case is unaffected. >> hi, i'm jaycee. >> as for that little girl, in is a rare picture of her now, free and reunted with her family. and the case against phillip could resume, but it could take much longer for the truth about this house to be explained. bbc news in los angeles. >> japan has rejected china's demand for a formal apology and compensation following the return home of the captain of a fishing boat which collided with two japanese coast guard vessels in disputed waters. the incident earlier this month caused the biggest rowe between the two countries for several years. the chinese statement reiterate
military men and women at an event. >>> i'm lyndsey palo live, phillip garrido's case is now on hold. >>> and a warning is going out to female students at one bay area community college. e ret ma oilwi totr wco l wcote >>> the case against phillip garrido hit the breaks today. garrido is accused of kidnapping and raping dugard. >> reporter: the judge agreed suspending the criminal charges against him. garrido appeared in court with a buzz cut and a blank stair. the judge went on questioning garrido to stand trial. galman says she's visited her client and reported persistent trouble in the meetings. >> when somebody wants to go to trial for crazy reasons. however district attorney says he is confident garrido is competent. his own observations of garridoincluding the defendant looking away and seeming disinterested when his attorney talk to him are troubling. garrido's lawyer says it's an issue of fairness which will not significantly delay a trial. >> in case that somebody is really seriously seriously ill, that delay is only may be a couple of months. so i mean we're not talking ab
. last thursday a fire started on the roof of the phillip collection while crews were doing renovation work. the flames did not damage art work, but the building needs maker repairs, most of the galleries were able to reopen except for those in the phillip's house. they larnlged a cell phone campaign for small donations, they can give 5 or $10 by texting phillips 5 or 10. >>> don't ask, don't tell. while many of you were sleeping, a federal judge ruled the policy unconstitutional. what next? >>> a florida pastor has changed his mind again. will he or won't he burn the koran tomorrow? we're live with the latest. >>> we're staying on top of a developing story. one person is dead and entire neighborhood up in flames. more on this massive explosion in northern california. just drive, we'll get there! adventure runs on dunkin', with our egg white breakfast sandwiches. hurry in and try one in delicious veggie or turkey sausage. i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >>> new video n
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